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A new film by Damien Power to put you right off camping in the bush.
Some modest mainstream pics are doing very well at the moment - pace and quality helps.
The Arab Film Festival has an interesting guest; BIFF is running now; Cinefest Oz is nearly ready: GOMA has an excellent sound provocation - its a multicultural edition.
Gary Hamilton transcends popcorn to feed his own vision of success in China - great scripts and English speaking local heroes.
MIFF Australian shorts winners have been announced, which we can compare with the AACTA list.
National Theatre Live does justice to Edward Albee's classic. If only he'd been able to see it...
Have your say on AIDC 2018. Read the evidence about the health of feature docs in Australia. Should we despair?
What do we have here? A revolution in falling expectations.
MIFF is probably the largest ever, the city is stuffed with film tragics, the weather comes from Satan's fridge, and the Regent was the best possible opening night venue.
Palace has rebooted BIFF. What does that mean? What does it tell us about the changing shape of festivals?
Want to hurt your brain? Go see Dunkirk and Wolf Warrior on the same day.
A rousing, affecting exploration of the consequences of coming of age while trying to overcome cultural prejudice and oppression.
Adelaide Film Festival is honouring free-thinking filmmakers and 40 years of rebellion in their 2017 program.
With its interest for smaller, challenging work, the Venice Film Festival finds flecks of gold in Australian films. But Toronto?
Are you ready to discover short film this October?
The latest Apes effort proves the series is at its best when probing the moral complexities at its core.
Director Ivo van Hove returns to National Theatre Live with Obsession.
The epic becomes the intimate in Christopher Nolan's symphonic account of endurance and survival during the Dunkirk evacuation.
From Darwin to Footscray, change is afoot in numerous organisations, including the craft, screen and festival sectors.
The Cairnes brothers approach to horror is simple, assured, and gets to the guts of the matter. We dare you to take the same path.
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